All the latest news from the sector
Closing date: 9am on Monday 30 November.
Closing date: Thursday 10 December.
As well as our own summary of the Autumn Statement, our partners across the city and country have released policy alerts on what the Autumn Statement and Comprehensive Spending Review mean for the sector and for Nottingham.
Women's Aid Integrated Services (WAIS) are running a new scheme this Christmas called 'Helping Handbags' - a scheme to help local homeless women.
Nottingham CityCare Partnership has been awarded Big Lottery Fund grant of £45m to lead the delivery of Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC) over 10 years. The programme will focus on four of Nottingham's wards — Arboretum, Aspley, Bulwell, St Anns.
Sport Nottinghamshire, in partnership with British Orienteering, are running a programme called 'Xplorer' to get children and young people involved in orienteering.
The Chase Neighbourhood Centre is hosting a festive lunch on Wednesday 2 December from 1pm - 3pm.
Small Steps Big Changes have released their latest newsletter, including details of the new Family Mentor programme, new resources and the latest Invitation to Tender information.
Nottingham CVS have pulled together a briefing on the Autumn Statement and what it means for the local voluntary and community sector.
Closing date: 5pm on Monday 4 December.
The Disabilities Living Centre will be hosting a seating exhibition for anyone with additional needs in chairs, seating and mobility.
Framework Housing Association will hold an Impact Briefing this December to explore solutions for people living with Multiple Needs.
Advice Nottingham are looking to collate information about support being offered across the city during the Christmas and New Year period.
Whether it's for a board meeting, a yoga class, or anything in between, we've got high quality, affordable space available to hire at Nottingham CVS in our building in Nottingham city centre - which is easily accessible by public transport and also close to car parking facilities.
The Advocate is NCVS’s weekly policy briefing, focussing this week on spending review predictions, Kids Company, mental health and much more.